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Microbiota decussata

Microbiota decussata

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A vigorous, evergreen groundcover with bright green, scale-like foliage that becomes brownish-purple in winter. An adaptable plant that contrasts well with broad-leaved shrubs or perennials.

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Siberian cypress (sometimes also called Russian arborvitae) is a dwarf, evergreen conifer that forms a shrubby ground cover to 8-12” tall with indefinitely spreading stems that nod at the tips. May spread to as much as 10-12’. It is native to mountainous areas of southeastern Siberia. Feathery, soft-textured, scalelike (infrequently awl-shaped) foliage is arranged in flat, fan-like sprays reminiscent of arborvitae (Thuja). Plants also resemble in habit some of the horizontal junipers. Foliage is bright green in summer changing to bronze-purple in fall and winter. Fruits are tiny, spherical, berry-like cones (to 1/4” diameter) with woody-like scales.

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Common Name Russian Arbro-vitae
Type Evergreen
Grow Zone 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7
Bloom Time Grown for Foliage
Light Requirement Full Sun , Part Shade , Part Sun
Watering Needs Average
Maintenace Easy